Akkadix Says it Has the Tools to Discover Protein Function | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept 28 – Agricultural gene discovery and functional genomics company Akkadix said Thursday it had identified novel protein functions in Vibrio cholerae , the cholera pathogen, and in Xylella fastidiosa , the cause of citrus variegated chlorosis, using its proprietary software and database.  

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